Estimated delivery date: 1Q 2015
1KFulton is an existing concrete loft building that is currently being transformed into a state-of-the-art LEED certified office and retail building. Located in Chicago's historic Randolph/Fulton Market Area, the building offers tenants the opportunity to work and enjoy one of Chicago’s most popular neighborhoods. The 10-story building is now annexed by a new six-story structure, creating flexible floor plates ranging from 38,500 to 71,000 square feet. Designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architects, 1KFulton offers stunning interior common areas, efficient floor plates, and sweeping unobstructed views of the skyline. See our listing of first-class amenities here.
Proposed Floor plans
- 550,000 SF Development
- 38,500 - 71,000 SF Flexible Floor Plates
- 21’ x 21’ Column Spacing
- Ceiling Heights: 14’ on 1st-2nd, 12’ on 3rd-10th
- Built in 1923
- Reinforced Concrete
Historic Fulton Market
1000 West Fulton Market was built as a cold storage warehousing facility in 1923. The building became the centerpiece of what was, at that time, a new meat and produce warehousing hub, soon replacing the South Water Street produce market area. Known for its famous “Fulton Market Cold Storage” painted signage clearly visible from onlookers to the East as well as Metra and “L” riders, the building is the tallest and most recognizable structure in the Fulton Market area.